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5 Days' Entrepreneurial Course on Sport Event Management & Organisation 

About the Course?
The short course on Entrepreneurial Sport Event Management & Organisation (SEMO) offers an overview of the key tasks that sports managers need to successfully plan, communicate and operate when organising sport events. The module focuses on the specific challenges faced by sport event organisers, as well as the knowledge needed to successfully manage a wide range of sports events, ranging from local to international such as World Championships, Continental Games and the Olympic Games. The CBE SM&O programme allows individuals from the working world to gain all of the benefits of a university course and education on a focused topic, and in a condensed time frame. The seminar brings together academicians with International Sport expertise in the CBE network to chart out how sport events are organised. This programme is both pertinent and practical and recognises the increased expectations of spectators, media and sponsors at major events.

PARTICIPANTS
The CBE Sport Event Management & Organisation short course participants are professional, part-time or volunteer sports managers and organisers of various sports events, as well as staff from local and regional sports organisations looking to successfully lead and manage a complex sport event.

SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE TO BE ACQUIRED

**  Ability to develop and maintain professional relationships with events clients from diverse backgrounds
**  Ability to develop ‘partner’ relationships when organizing events
**  Strong organizational and decision-making skills
**  Ability to deliver events to the highest standards with close attention to detail
**  Financial management, budgeting, and planning skills for a successful event
**  Ability to respond and solve problems on the spot Strengths in prioritizing tasks/workload and handling multiple projects

PROPOSED SEM & O SHORT COURSE
A WEEK-LONG IMPACTFUL LEARNING 

DAY 1 MONDAY
09.00 - 17.00
Introduction to Events Management
Panel & Group Sessions

A UNIQUE LEARNING OPPORTUNITY:
TAILORED TO YOUR NEEDS

Focused on hands-on learning with constructive outcomes, these 5 days will explore topics, including:
• Sport Competition
• Venue management
• Budgeting
• Sponsorship
• Security
• Ticketing & Accreditation
• Technology
• Logistics
• People Management
• Accommodation
• Press & Broadcasting
• Protocol & Hospitality
• Operational Readiness

DAY 2 TUESDAY 

09.00 - 17.00 

  • Financial Viability of Events 
  • Entrepreneurial Sports Management
  • Group Session 
  • Networking Cocktail

FOR TEAMS AND INDIVIDUALS

For individuals, the programme provides an opportunity to be the complete sports event manager:
* Reinforce your current knowledge and practices
* Fill in missing knowledge gaps
* Better understand the different functions that impact your role’s success
* Discover the latest developments in sport management
* Hear from leading minds in sport events

 DAY 3 WEDNESDAY 

09.00 - 17.00
Media and VIPs 
Panel Session

For teams, the open module provides a unique opportunity to:
* Understand your event from a different perspective outside of your immediate role
* Gain a better appreciation of the roles, objectives and priorities of your colleagues
* Develop a shared understanding of your event; and address immediate challenges, together
DAY 4 THURSDAY
09.00 - 17.00
Sales and Client Management
Operation Readiness Exercise
N/A

DAY 5 FRIDAY
09.00 - 17.00
The Puzzle of Event Management
Innovation in Sports Mng.
Closer and Certification

N/A

 

 

ABOUT CBE
The CBE envisages to becoming an academic centre of excellence for education and applied research in sport. It forms a unique network of multi-field expertise in technology, management, economics and financial management.

The mission of the CBE through this programme is to master sport by positively contributing to sports management through a multi-disciplinary approach to education and sciences and by remaining at the forefront of the sports industry’s development.

VENUE: CBE

FEE: Open module 550,000

SPEECIAL PROGRAMME DISCOUNT:

Employees of National Sports Federations and clubs will receive a discount of 15% open module fee.

Fee includes:
Course materials
Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks
Certificate of Completion

Dates: 18 – 22/ 04/ 2020
Time: 9:00 – 17:00 hrs.

Contact:

Mr Ngussa Kinamhala - 0746832273 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Dr Manongi C. Ntimbwa – 0754312072 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

qualResearch

The main objective of this workshop is to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to design, conduct and interpret qualitative research. The course is very much weighted to practical sessions and participants will have the opportunity to present their qualitative research plans, practice interviewing and observation skills, facilitate focus groups, and analyze data.

COURSE CONTENT

The course shall include but not limited to:

• Introduction to Qualitative Research
• Qualitative Research Design
• Ethnography
• Qualitative Interviewing
• Sampling in Qualitative Research
• Effective Focus Groups
• Thematic and Content Data Analysis
• Ethics in Qualitative Research, Conversation Analysis and
• The Quality of Qualitative Research

LEARNING OUTCOME
• Understand different methodological approaches to qualitative research
• Understand the key issues around recruitment and sampling in qualitative research
Developed skills to write an interview schedule
• Practical experience of conducting in-depth interviews, ethnographic observation, and organizing and running focus groups
• Be able to discuss some of the ethical issues associated with conducting qualitative research
• Developed skills to analyze qualitative data using a thematic approach and content analysis
• Be aware of other approaches to analysis
• Be able to appraise the quality of qualitative research

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The course is suited to a wide range of professions, including health professionals, postgraduate students, researchers, academia, lawyers, education officers, community officers, and others.

DATE AND VENUE

CBE Dar es salaam, Tanzania March 13- March 15, 2020
CBE Dodoma, Tanzania April 14- April 16, 2020
CBE, Mwanza, Tanzania May 12- May 14, 2020
CBE, Mbeya, Tanzania June 16- June 18, 2020

COURSE FEES:
PhD Candidates & other Postgraduate students TZS 75,000 (37 USD) TZ and Other participants TZS 120,000 (60 USD)

FACILITATORS
The workshop will be facilitated by experienced facilitators from the College of Business Education

CONFIRMATION
You are requested to confirm your participation a week before the workshop/training

Contact Details

Ms. Neema Kitonka
CBE Consultancy Bureau.
P. O. Box 1968,
Dar es Salaam
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Fax #: +255-22-2150122
Mob: +255-782 003350

Dr. Nasibu Mramba
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Mob:+ 255-755 488 381

 

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Basics of explosion protection in the hazardous area - Stage I (MET-ASE 2001)

Course Details (Ufafanuzi wa kozi)

Course title: 

Basics of explosion protection in hazardous areas.

Course code: MET-ASE 2001
Department: Legal and Industrial Metrology
Date: 4th to 6th March
Place:  College of Business Education, Dar es Salaam
Mode/Method of study   Training will involve both theory (three days of theory)
Language of instruction will be Kiswahili & English

Rationally of the course (Lengo kuu la mafunzo):

Basics of explosion protection in hazardous areas. The course intended at training of basics of explosion protection in industrial areas and the classification of industrial areas where explosion or fire can occur. The objective of the course is to conduct training of basic protection of explosion in hazardous areas caused by electrical equipment and related modules for staffs based on worldwide reorganized International Electro-technical commission (IEC) in which IECEx Recognized ASE Technology Group as Training provider. The course will basically highlight;

1.Selection of electrical equipment
2.Differences between ATEX, NEC, IECEx scheme
3.Explosion groups
4.Temperature Classes
5.Minimum ignition temperature
6.Explosion zones Zones and Divisions
7.Equipment Classification
                    1.Categories
                    2.Equipment Protection Level
8. Marking for gas and dust
9. Types of Protection
10. Installation techniques
11. TESTING AND CERTIFICATION

Target Participants;

The training expected to greatly benefit;

> Responsible personnel’s, managers, trainers, Inspectors, electrical, electronics, instrumentation and measurements equipment technicians, the closely working personnel’s and engineers on the followings:
> Oil and gas production and processing plants:
               - onshore
               - offshore:
> Platforms, FPSO (Floating Production Storage Offloading vessels)
> Oil and gas tankers, drilling ships
> Oil refineries
> Petrochemical and Chemical processing plants
> Gas pipelines and distribution centers
> Refueling stations or petrol stations
> Underground coal mines
> Printing industries, paper and textiles
> Surface coating industries
> Grain handling and storage and processing (flour-milling industry)
> Sugar plants, Cement Plants
> Light metal working, where metal dust and fine particles can appear
> Woodworking areas
> Transporters of oil and gas.

Course Fee:

Private and Company delegate. Tsh 300,000/=

Contacts for further Details (Mawasiliano)

Training Coordinators
Mr. Ishigita Lucas Shunashu
Mr. John Sullah
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+255 714 804119
+255789033298

CBE Research, Consultancy and Training Coordinator:
Ms Neema Kitonka
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+255 782 003350 or +255 746 832273

Payment (Malipo)

The control number for payment will be provided to interested person on enquiry.

 

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History of CBE

The COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION (CBE) was established in 1965 by the Act of the Parliament. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION Act No. 31 of 1965. His Excellency, J.K. Nyerere, the first President of the United Republic of Tanzania officially opened the new College in January 1965. The College was officially named the “College of Business Education” (CBE). The said Act of Parliament gives the College its legal status as an autonomous institution with its Governing Body. The College shall be governed and administered in accordance with the provisions of this Act.

CONTACT US

The origin of the College of Business Education (CBE) is closely linked to the history of the Nation itself.

Address : Bibi Titi Mohamed Rd. P. O. Box 1968, Dar es Salaam

Hotline : +255-022-2150177

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